Cephalon Inc. has agreed to pay $425 million to end a federal investigation into its marketing practices concerning sleep and pain drugs. It will also have to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge of violating federal prescription drug laws. Cephalon was sued by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission for attempting to delay generic drug competition.
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